I need help with my
eating habits

Eating well is probably the toughest part of living with diabetes.1 Even if you know what to eat, following your diabetes meal plan every day can still be a struggle.

It's unrealistic to think anyone can eat "perfectly" or completely change the way they eat. Instead, we want to help you identify the hurdles that get in the way of making healthy choices. That way, you can make small changes that can really make a big difference—in your daily meals and blood sugar numbers, too.

I can't stop cheating

I eat the right foods—just too much

I'm not sure what to eat

It's hard to eat healthy when I'm away from home

I'm too busy to cook or eat healthy

1 Polonsky WH. Diabetes Burnout: What to Do When You Can't Take It Anymore. Alexandria, VA: American Diabetes Association; 1999.

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